Want to know what a playwright’s daughter looks like? Oh, yes you do, if that daughter is Rebecca Miller, offspring of Death of a Salesman’s Arthur Miller. No, she wasn’t spawned from his short-lived marriage to Marilyn Monroe, rather her mother is photographer Inge Morath, who must have had a strong gene pool to have produced such a photogenic kid with such a not so pretty boy. But, boy, is Rebecca fine. Originally a sculptor, after graduating from Yale she showed her work in NYC galleries while also messing around with filmmaking. When the acting bug bit, she started in theater but eventually moved to TV with The Murder of Mary Phagan (1988). She joined Harrison Ford in Regarding Henry (1991), but her most unforgettable work came when the busy blonde proved how fine she was in Consenting Adults (1992). It's a thriller from director Alan J. Pakula about the complications that arise from an offer to swap wives for a night, where Kevin Kline watches her step out of the tub, flashing her fanny and left tit. What a view! No "from the bridge" necessary. She joined legends like Katharine Hepburn, Warren Beatty and Annette Bening in Love Affair (1994), before deciding acting wasn't from her. Instead, she turned to writing and directing, starting with her film Angela (1995) before moving on to The Ballad of Jack and Rose (2005), The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (2009), and Maggie's Plan (2015). She's also written some novels and briefly came back to acting as Judd Hirsch's daughter in The Meyerowitz Stories (2017). But as if being the daughter of a Pulitzer Prize winner wasn't enough, these days Rebecca is best known for marrying three time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis, after the two met in the late 90's while Daniel was talking to her dad about the movie version of The Crucible (1996). We're no thespians, but when it comes time to make the Daniel Day-Lewis biopic, count us in. Surely the master of method acting would let us have a go with the ravishing Rebecca Miller, right?